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* Sri Lankan envoy's house burglarized in Pakistan
Sat, Oct 6, 2018, 11:47 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Oct 06, Colombo: The house of Sri Lankan High Commissioner to Pakistan in Islamabad has been burglarized and the thieves have stolen some brass lamps and bathroom fittings, The Express Tribune reported.

An official of the Sri Lankan High Commission Sujeeva Amarnath has filed a report with the Margalla police stating that thieves have stolen brass lamps and bathroom taps from the high commissioner's residence in Sector F-8/2 lane 21.

The value of stolen lamps and bathroom fittings has been stated as Rs 70,000 in the report.

Although the value of the stolen goods was not high, the fact that intruders managed to enter and exit the residence of an envoy was shocking, the report said.

 

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